continued Gray, as it turned out, was the meet's Most Outstanding Wrestler. And Hathaway made up for his semifinal defeat by earning third place, routing Brian O'Leary (Watertown) 10-2 in the consolation bracket final.
Gilson, after losing to Carroll-Marsh, also ended up in third after he pinned Raymond Bullock (Institute of Technology Central) in 55 seconds. Mende Cukalevski worked his way to fourth place at 152 pounds, where Kiel Dyer gave C-NS a sixth-place finish
Luay Ashkar, wrestling at 126 pounds, finished sixth for the Warriors. Travis Chewning-Kulick (106 pounds), Joe Pizzuto (182 pounds) and Casey Guilfoil (138 pounds) each lost in the quarterfinals.
Also for C-NS, Andrew Osborne worked his way to third place at 160 pounds. Both he and Liverpool's Matt Call lost in the semifinals, but made their way to the consolation bracket final, where Osborne squeaked out a 1-0 decision, leaving Call in fourth place.
The Northstars' Drew Dyer also was third, at 99 pounds, the ninth-grader winning three times in the consolation bracket after a quarterfinal defeat, capped by a fall over Rome Free Academy's D'Andre Norman in 2:06. Liverpool's Pete Nash went 1-2, though he lost in the quarterfinals to New Hartford's Dempsey King.
Matt Mastro was fourth at 220 pounds, going 2-2 on the day, while Tom Petersen (145 pounds) beat Indian River's Sonny McPherson 6-4 for fifth place. Matt Dunham was fifth at 138, edging Auburn's Jeff Thurston 2-0 for that spot. Sam Ruiz took sixth place at 160 pounds. Noah Whirtenour (195 pounds) and Joe Copani (113 pounds) both lost in the quarterfinals.